Maine DOT Transit Forums

April 30, 2015

Maine DOT Seeks Public Input in Transit Forums in May & June 2015

The Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) is hosting a series of public forums regarding general public transit service. 

A recent statewide analysis of transit services compiled as part of the Maine Strategic Transit Plan 2025 indicates unmet transit needs in several communities.  Maine DOT seeks to solicit ideas in order to better meet the general public transportation needs of low income individuals, the elderly, individuals with disabilities and the general public. Ideas generated at these forums affect future investment strategies for general public transit services. 

These forums are scheduled for the following dates:

In May:

Monday, 11, 2-4 PM  – Biddeford, City Hall

Tuesday, 12, 2-4 PM – Bath, Patten Free Library

Wednesday, 13, 2-4 PM – Lewiston, City Hall

Tuesday, 19, 3-5 PM – Mexico, Region 9 Education Center

Thursday, 21, 2-4 PM – Calais, Washington County Community College

 

In June:

Tuesday, 9, 2-4 PM – Portland, Public Library

Thursday, 11, 2-4 PM – Machias, Department of Health and Human Services local office

Tuesday, 16, 2-4 PM – Rockland, Department of Health and Human Services local office

Thursday, 18, 2-4 PM – Naples, Town Office

If you are unable to attend in person you may send your comments to Maine DOT via email to Transit.MaineDOT@maine.gov.